One of the best ways to get creative with your photography is to do them in blue hours. This is the time when the sun is much below the horizon and the indirect sunlight is predominantly blue in hue.
In either situation you can see the bluish hue of the sky. The one thing to bear in mind is that all cameras cannot automatically set the color temperature accurately.
I prefer to set it manually to around 2200K (or max 2500K) to mimic the true color of the blue hour. I do any further refinements in Adobe Lightroom during post-processing.
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Since I make large prints from my images, I always use a tripod to keep the camera steady and maintain a very low ISO setting, often going below the standard 100 ASA! The camera picks up a lot of digital noise during long exposures, which is common during most of my blue hour photography, so keeping a very low ISO and using a tripod helps a lot.